Day 4, Live Blogging from the Institute of Special Ed Advocacy

Thursday, July 26, 2012 Wrightslaw is live blogging all week. We hope you will join us for Day 4 from the Institute of Special Education Advocacy (ISEA). Day 1    Day Continue Reading →

Live Blogging from the Institute of Special Education Advocacy – Please Join Us!

Wrightslaw is live blogging from the Institute of Special Education Advocacy (ISEA) all week. We hope you will join us! Day 1    Day 2 & 3     Day 4    Continue Reading →

Art & Music for Students with Disabilities – “They Just DON’T GET TO GO!”

I am an ESE teacher of students with autism in a self-contained class. The majority of my students are not allowed to go to art and music unless they can Continue Reading →

Siblings May Recover Damages for School’s Failure to Provide FAPE

In a unanimous decision, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that parents of two siblings with autism may seek monetary damages for the school’s failure to provide Continue Reading →

I Want to Make a Difference. Is Special Ed Law for Me?

(1)  I’m finishing my undergraduate degree in Special Education and want to work in Special Ed law. Do I need a doctorate and a law degree? I don’t care about Continue Reading →